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Remove and clean the carb. disassemble the carb then soak the carb parts in denatured alcohol for a couple hours then spraying with an aerosol carb cleaner should do the trick. Drain the gas tank and put in fresh gas. Go ahead and install an in-line fuel filter to lessen problems from a rusted gas tank.
I have several links I will provide the first is a forum. But I personally would purchase a service manual from the dealer. I hope that my advice helped and please do not forget to vote/rate my advice. If there is anything else i can help with please post a reply. Stormi
Has the bike been sitting for a while, it sounds to me that you might have a carburetor that is dirty from sitting, you might try draining the float bowl and put some fresh gas in it if you already haven't, if that doesn't help then you might think about having your carb cleaned.
-check the fuse right hand side below the fuel tank and seat, see if it is blown. - Check to see if plug has spark, replace if necessary . - Did you run the bike with a low battery before replacing it? could be that your stator is shot. -Is bike trying to start but won't?